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Customise The PDF Viewer The Way You Want It

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Screenshot of the 'PDF Display' Tab With 12 different settings to choose from you can make the PDF Viewer look exactly as you want when your readers open your PDF. Choose from displaying or hiding the toolbar, menubar, document title in titlebar and viewer interface. Hiding the viewer interface is also known as 'kiosk mode' as is the fullscreen mode setting. Additionally, the PDF viewer can be centered on screen or even resized to fit the content if not maximised. Also, you can define if you want to have the bookmarks, thumbnails, attachments or content group panels displayed.

Q: What do I see when I hide the user interface? A: All controls are hidden in the PDF reader, including toolbar, menu, size bars, etc. All the person sees is the PDF content inside the PDF Reader frame.

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